The followship, the vast and remarkably youthful crowd, essentially all white, both sexes dressed in very proper office clothes, was intensely enthusiastic if confused—applauding both Ron Paul’s assault on indiscriminate military interventionism and former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum’s very disappointing belligerent boilerplate about the Islamic threat with equal enthusiasm, so far as I could see.
But my guess is that the details don’t matter here. In Kevin MacDonald’s terms, a powerful “implicit community” is blossoming in opposition to Obama’s racial-socialist coup. The backlash to Obama is likely to be faster and more furious than the Beltway Establishment, Right or Left, anticipates.
It does seem that the democrats and the GOP are in competition to see which one can alienate and piss off 185 million White Americans the fastest.
Having backed true (as in White), and increasingly furious, Americans into a corner the establishment has decided to jab at them with a pointy stick.
How long do you suppose that will go on without a reaction?